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The one-time Harvard neuroscience research assistant, 37, enthuses: ‘I now had a great story if anyone ever asked me to name the strangest place I’d had an orgasm.

And I had helped science while doing it. Triumph for all parties concerned!’
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…..item 1)…. Mail Online … www.dailymail.co.uk … ‘Sex is between your ears’: How one woman was inspired to write a book after having an orgasm in an MRI scanner

By VICTORIA WELLMAN
Last updated at 7:17 PM on 11th January 2012

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A woman who reached orgasm in an MRI machine as part of a scientific study has gone on to write a book inspired by her experience.

Kayt Sukel, who masturbated and had two consecutive orgasms in the medical scanner as part of a Rutgers University-led experiment, was inspired to publish Dirty Minds: How Our Brains Influence Love, Sex, and Relationships.

The book describes, among other things, how sexual satisfaction affects chemical activity in the brain.
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img code photo …. Kayt Sukel — as part of a Rutgers University-led experiment

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Inspired: Kayt Sukel, who took part in an experiment that saw her climax in an MRI machine has now written a book on how sex relates to the brain

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The one-time Harvard neuroscience research assistant, 37, enthuses: ‘I now had a great story if anyone ever asked me to name the strangest place I’d had an orgasm. And I had helped science while doing it. Triumph for all parties concerned!’

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When asked how she managed to climax twice in the sterile, cold tunnel, she said the key was to keep as still as possible throughout the process.

She told ABC News: ‘This is a question I get asked a lot, and honestly the answer is to remain very, very still. ‘As it turns out, if you move around too much having an orgasm, the FMRI can’t pick up the activation
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Stimulating research: Ms Sukel pictured before entering the MRI scanner, in which she would reach orgasm twice

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‘So practice makes perfect, after a week or two of trying to stay as still as possible, which, as I know, Cosmo highly recommends against doing, you too can have an orgasm in an FMRI scanner.’
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Masked: The author had to remain absolutely still during both orgasms so that her brain activity was recognised

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Explaining how sexual satisfaction relates to brain activity, she explained: ‘Sex is between your ears. Our brain is really an important part of orgasm.’
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Ms Sukel’s book, titled Dirty Minds, is on sale now

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Ms Sukel’s book also examines what happens in the brain that makes people fall in love, whether sex addition is a valid affliction and why ‘good girls like bad boys.’

Referring to the scientific theory known as Epigenetics, she looks at the neurochemicals that mediate love and how they affect not just our emotional sensibilities but how our focus and attention can alter too.

And not discounting pregnancy and childbirth as part of her research she considered the way she felt when her own baby was born.

She recalled: ‘My baby was pretty sexy – much more than I’d been prepared for. Not in a sweaty, naked-hot-guy kind of way, but in an irresistible, compelling way that altered my body, my mind, and my life from top to bottom.’

This was thanks to the brain’s release of the love hormone, oxytocin during the lactation period; a hormone that is also produced during orgasm.

Ms Sukel mused: ‘I had to take care of a helpless thing, and thank goodness the biology helped give me the mental and emotional toolkit to cope with that.’
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…..item 2)…. ‘Vagina Monologues’ titillates FSU …

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World-renowned play hit campus last weekend …

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The Women Student Union of FSU put on Eve Ensler’s world-renowned play ‘The Vagina Monologues.’ / Photo courtesy of Rachel Johnson

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“If your vagina could talk, what would it say?” This question, along with several other inquiries about private parts were answered at the two performances of Eve Ensler’s The Vagina Monologues at Florida State’s Moore Auditorium last Friday and Saturday.

Men and women alike joined in on the entertainment presented by student director Rachel Johnson and the Women Student Union of FSU. The play was performed in honor of V-Day, an international movement that advocates against violence toward women. All proceeds and donations went to the Oasis Center for Women and Girls.

The Vagina Monologues is an intelligent, poignant and shocking look into the nether regions of real women from around the country. The play unfolds as a compilation of different monologues that are based on real interviews from 200 women of all ages, classes and nationalities. Decked out in little black dresses, 30 FSU girls gave it their all to create a stellar show.

Touching on sex, love, rape, birth, menstruation and female genital mutilation, the performances evoked both wild laughter and harrowing sadness, and all feelings in-between. Audience members found themselves cackling hysterically one moment and sobbing the next, as the emotions, problems and real life struggles were elucidated through the girls’ outstanding performances.

The show featured Britney Phillips’ performance of “The Little Coochie Snorcher That Could,” a coming-of-age story about a 16-year-old girl and her sexual experience with her 24-year-old female neighbor. Derrika Hunt stood out with “What If I Told You I Did Not Have a Vagina,” a bold and tear-evoking performance about female genital mutilation. The play ended with “One Billion Rising,” a wordless yet powerful short film that portrays violence against women all over the world, and how these women are rising above their pain.

Without any prior knowledge of the play, one would think a show solely about vaginas would be ridiculous and absurd. But The Vagina Monologues is a charming and moving show filled with wit and powerful messages. The play’s taboo topics are tastefully done—even when girls are blatantly masturbating, moaning profusely or getting the audience to chant the “C” word. Every uncomfortable topic brings light to important issues that people are too frightened to discuss.
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